"From now on, even though we once knew Christ from a human point of
view, we know him no longer in that way; everything old has passed
away, see, everything has become new!" Saint Paul's militant
declaration from Corinthians asserts the revolutionary logic of a
radical break with the past - with it, the age of cosmic balance
and similar pagan babble is over. What does it mean to return to
this stance in the modern world. The "Fragile Absolute" asserts
that Christianity and Marxism should fight together against the
onslaught of new spiritualism. The subversive core of the Christian
legacy is much too precious to be left to the fundamentalists. This
book offers a contribution from a Marxist to the 2000th anniversary
of one who was well aware that to practice love in our world is to
bring in the sword and fire.
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